The lady now conducted Otto into the sitting-room, where he found the four daughters in full activity with a workwoman.
The London workwoman buys a pound for one penny, or at the most twopence.
An artist or a workwoman can tell at once whether your stitch was laid just so because you meant it or because you knew no better.
The "treachery" is all the greater if the objector is a workman or a workwoman.
Agricola gave to Miss de Cardoville the anonymous letter which had been received by the workwoman.
She, too, had the smile of good-fellowship—coin freely passed from workwoman to workwoman.
A workwoman, friends, she, no less than a princess; and princess most in being so.
It tells the story of a workwoman who attained a very high degree of Christian perfection.
But she was kept on all the same, for no other workwoman could iron a shirt with her style.
Nabby was in her way and place a person worth making concessions to, for she was a workwoman not to be despised.